249 Main Street, Wethersfield, CT, Connecticut 06109. Immerse yourself in Old Wethersfield by owning the Simeon Belden House (circa1767), home place of the original Wethersfield Seed Gardens, with high-style Georgian facade, gambrel roof, scroll pediment front doorway and the historic Comstock Ferre & Co buildings next door. Commercial opportunities exist in the Village Business area for specialty retail, office space and more. Shoppers and tourists from near and afar visit the many stores, museums, and eateries in the Historic District. The Belden House interior has seen a lot of change over time, now has a side by side layout. (#249 and 251 Main Street). A center staircase divides the building in two, each side has front parlors with fireplaces (original corner cabinet and Belden House sign out front will remain in place), rooms to the rear include small dining/kitchen areas and bathrooms. Four second-floor rooms have great natural light. Wood floors throughout the building. The third floor walkup attic is a best kept secret with its wide-board wood paneling. Covered outside porches provide three-season respite amidst mature plantings and shade trees. Parking is noted on plan for behind the building (documented on Map #2625 in Town Clerk's Office). Surveyors' stakes are in place.